Hull KR v Catalans Dragons 17/03/19 Preview, Prediction & Live Streaming

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Hull KR v Catalans Dragons
Date: Sunday 17th March 2019
Kick Off: 15:00
Venue: New Craven Park (Hull)
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Hull KR: Hull KR: Hall, Keinhorst, Shaw, McGuire, Mulhern, Masoe, Tomkins, Hauraki, Garbutt, Lee, Atkin, Vaivai, Addy, Lawler, Linnett, Drinkwater, Oakes, Dagger, Rooks
Catalans Dragons: Gigot, Wiliame, Tierney, Langi, Smith, Casty, Moa, Edwards, Bird, Bousquet, Jullien, Whitley, Da Costa, Goudemand, Albert, Baitieri, Romano, Yaha, Tomkins

Hull KR v Catalans Dragons

Hull KR take on the Catalans Dragons in the 6th round of the 2019 Super League season and the great news for fans of both is that you can watch all of the action live online via our Super League live streaming partners.

Both of these 2 side shave talented rosters but both struggle with consistency and with the margins so tight in the Super League, especially at this stage of the season, the points in this game could have a massive say on both teams seasons going forward this year.

With Hull KR winning last time out at Wakefield, they will be looking at this game been a great chance to build on that whilst the Dragons will simply looking for a much improved performance after their shockingly poor performance last time out at home to Salford.

If the Dragons cannot react to last week, they could be destined for another season scrapping to avoid relegation whilst a Dragons side with confidence is a danger for anybody.


Hull KR have played 6 matches this season, winning 3 and losing 3 which just highlights their inconsistent form.

Les Dracs have played 5 and won just 2 with both of those wins coming at home.

Team News

Joel Tomkins is back from suspension for Hull KR, whilst Robbie Mulhern is back from injury.

The injury hit Dragons are without David Mead, Micky McIlorum, Mika Simon, Ben Garcia and Jodie Broughton but Alrix Da Costa and Tony Gigot both return and Arthur Romano could be set for a season debut.


If the Dragons will fully fit and full of confidence, they would have the edge in this one as they have the talent to beat anybody, but they are so inconsistent and a shadow of themselves on the road that it is difficult to see where there next win will come over on this side of the channel.

The Robins are the opposite in many ways as they can often over-perform on their squad strength and they always play better at home.

Score Prediction Hull KR by 10

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